Dallas Lawyers for Breach of Contract Cases
Representing All Aspects of Breach of Contract
One of the most fundamental business disputes is breach of contract. Ultimately, when someone breaches a contract, an election has to be made about whether to institute some legal proceeding. Depending on the contract, a proper forum may be in state or federal court, or in some other contracted forum such as arbitration. We have extensive experience handling contract matters before judges, juries, arbitrators, and mediators around the country. Contracts sometimes contain forum selection clauses, limitations on liability, “prevailing party” clauses, and other contracted provisions that may impact your rights and remedies. It’s important to understand this up front. Our lawyers can help.
Our Dallas business litigation attorneys have handled breach of contract cases all over the country dealing with all sorts of issues. We’ve represented merchants, customers, large corporations, governmental entities, small businesses, and individuals in contract disputes involving anything from goods and services to complex management agreements involving hundreds of millions of dollars. If you have a legal dispute involving breach of contract, let us evaluate your case and make recommendations on what makes sense for your particular situation. Weighing the risk-utility of these cases up front is important. Sometimes a loss can mean you pay the other side’s attorneys’ fees. Sometimes filing the case in an improper venue or forum can result in unnecessary delay and expense on the front end as well as exposure to a claim for breach of contract in and of itself. Having an experienced business litigation attorney is important to your best outcome. Call us.
Not All Breaches Are Created Equal
Some breaches require immediate attention. Courts can sometimes provide extraordinary remedies for extraordinary situations. We have been thoughtful and aggressive in these cases, successfully obtaining temporary restraining orders and temporary injunctions where the harm created by the breach of contract is imminent, irreparable, and any remedy at law is simply inadequate. If you believe a temporary injunction is needed in your case or if you’ve been served with a temporary restraining order or temporary injunction, we can help.